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OPINION: New Zealand is one of a kind

Monday 9 Sep 19 10:00am

New Zealand climate scientist Professor Jim Salinger and United States meteorologist Professor Jose D Fuentes explain why they’ve told the Government to be much harder on methane emissions than it is planning to be.

 THE STORY of the climate consequences of human activities – animal husbandry being responsible for methane emissions, and reforestation with pine plantations augmenting the lifetime of this potent greenhouse gas - is uniquely a New Zealand one.

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